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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, January 29, 1896, Page 5, Image 5',
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
OircuB tonight at 8.
The Australia sails ou Saturday
lit 4 o'clock.
Thirty-six volcano tourists ro-
turnou on tho lunau yosteruoy.
Dr. E. M. Orano loft for Kauai
on tho Kcauhou yesterday.
Dr. Soulo has resumed his du
1 tiles as surgeon of tho Australia.
, Senator Henry AVatorhouso has
chimed from his tour of Hawaii.
Julion D. Hayno and ivifo re
turned from tho volcano yester
day. Govornmont officials aro busy
preparing roports for tho Legisla
ture. II is said tho Uilo Tribuno will
shortly enlarge to an oight-pnge
Tho Bifhop of Panopolis and
Fothor Matliias have returned
Tlin Tvirmn lirnnrrlit filOS Imn-H
of sugar and the latost number
of tho Hilo Tribuno.
Antono Soabury, of tho Bulle
tin's circulation department, is
laid off today by sickness.
Tho courts of tho Pacific Tonnis
club will bo thrown open to ladies
this aftornoon from 3 to 6.
Tho funeral of Mrs. Mackenzie
took plnco yestorday afternoon,
Kov. H. H. Pnrkor oifioiating.
Tlio marrago L. S. Aungst and
Miss Emma Schoon will tako
placo at Hilo on February 1st.
Superintendent "Wight and S.
B. Rose of tho Wilder Steamship
Company have returned from Hn
wuii. President Dole and party are
oxpeoted to return noxtTuosday
and tho Hawaiian band on Sun
day. Tho Tribuno Tandems woro soon
on tho stroot yostordny for tho first
timo and woro a sourco of much
J. A. Hassingor, chief clork of
tho Interior Department, has now
beon confined sovoral days to his
homo at Pearl City.
Brown it Kuboy, roturnod yostor-
day from a very succosstul bust
nes8 tour of Hawaii.
Among tho prominent peoplo
who carao on the lunau yesterday
were Henry Smith,Paul Neumann,
l'rou Whitney and cam rarkor.
Chief steward Thomas James of
tho Australia brought from San
Francisco on this trip a handsome
bull torrier for Minister Damon.
Tim next steamer from tho
Coast will bo tho Coptic, duo next
Tuesday. Wirtu's circus will
loavo for Yokohama by this vessel.
F. A. Sclmofor received by the
Australia tho sad news of tho
death of a younger brothor, which
occurred in Germany ou January
Senator Iloni'y "Waterhouse
preached in tho native church at
iiilo last bunday wook, in the
absonco of Bov. S. L. Desha from
From reports recoived on tho
Kiuau tho Hawaiian band boys
appear to be having a good timo
on Hawaii. They woro taken to
tho Volcano on Sunday.
Tho semi-annual mooting of tho
trustees of tho Queen's Hospital
is called for tomorrow morning at
10:30 at tho rooms of tho chambor
A strip of Government land at
tho head and on tho west side of
Kooaumokn stroot at Makiki, con
taining 88-100 of an acre, was sold
at auction yesterday to Mrs. Min
nie H. Gilmau for S3G0. Tho up
set prico was $250.
Mr. O'Hallaron, tho woll-known
contractor and builder, was taken
to tho Hospital in a low stato from
fever about a wook ago. Happily
ho rallied and is now doing nicely,
being ablo to talk cheorfully to
H. Barber, who 1ms boon an in
valid at tho hospital a long timo
and relapsed into a very weak
stato about the first of tho year, is
now slowly rogaining strength and
takes walking exorcise.
By tho death of his father, which
ocourred at Sherburne, N. Y..
Walter G. Smith, formerly editor
of tho Star, comes into an indo
pcMlont fortune, as Mr. Smith,
Senior, possessed property worth
in tho neighborhood of half a
wJ-'WJMUM M lllHUMMWnMjn
Mombors of tho Logislatuio will
soon bo putting in ,an oppoar-
STho"Kinau willjfcail ouFrufoy
at 11 o'clock, ouojhour later than
Tho Miowera is duo from tho
Colonies on Saturday on her way
Tho onium caso against Lui is
boing tried boforo Judge do la
Vergno this afternoon.
Thoro was not a sinclo appear-
anco for drunkenness this morn
ing boforo tho Polico Court.
-Tho directors of the Hawaiian
Gazotto Company have been hold
ing a mooting today.
Thoro woro only nino cases on
tho criminal calondar of tho Dis
trict Court this morning.
Tommy King and E. Borgor
wore having a roll on ono of tho
Tribuno tandems this aftornoon.
Tho Society of tho Sons of tho
American Revolution will give an
entertainment on tho 22d of Feb
ruary. Sovoral parties are boing made
up to tako in tho excursion and
dance at Romond Grovo next
Dan Makaohoa is undor arrost
for larceny in tho third degree
Ho is accused of stealing S5.-10
from ono Wailea.
Tho Soinntifin Amnricrm of .Tnn-
uary 4th devotes nearly a page to
tho Tribuno wheel and a descrip
tion of its factory.
Tho length of railway lines in
working order in Russia is 21,9J6
miles, of which 4890 miles aro
Ton Chinese woro arrested this
morning for fishing in tho harbor
off tho Railroad Company's wharf.
Two full baskets of fish wero also
Tho caso of Pahio, who is lying
in tho Station Houso accused of
rapo on the person of his thirteon
year old daughter, has been sot.
for trial on Saturday.
Ah Pung pleaded guilty" this
morning of having opium in pos
session and will have to punglo
up 650 and some costs boforo lio
minglos in society again.
In Judgo do la Vorgno's court
this morning J. L. Osmor was
found not guilty of obtaining
goods under false pretences from
a Chinoso who styles himsolf J.
Ko Chun and Pat Foo both
pleaded not guilty this morning
in tho District Court and win
have thoir respective trials on
Friday for tho offouso of running
a cho fa gamo.
Tho advertisement in yester
day's papor of a nickol - plated
wheel nut which had beon lost
brought tho owner around bright
and early this morning. Adver
tise your wants in tho Evening
Tho latost thing in wheels in the
companion bicycle. Tho two
ridors sit side by sido, tho handlo
bars and seats boing parallel. It
is said that tho beauty of this
wheel consists in an oxport being
ablo to tako a novico on tho wheel
Officer David Kaapa has beon
on tho trail of old Pat Foo, ono of
tho shrewdest cho fa gamblers in
tho city, for many n long day. Ho
finally secured sufficient ovidonco
against him yestorday and landed
him in jail last night on tho
charge of running a banking
John Horing, tho Hilo jowelor,
is clown from Hawaii. Mr. Hor
ing used to bo crown jeweler
undor Kalakaua and was promin
ent in politics during that mo
narch's roign. Ho established him
self in business in Hilo a.couple
of years ago and is enthusiastic
relative to the future of tho town
on tho big island. Ho is down
horo on business.
Ttie Tribuno IVIieda.
The Hawaiian Hardware Com
pany has on exhibition a complete
lino of Tribuno bicycles of this
year's models, comprising tho now
tandems, racers and ladies' and
gent's wheels. Tho 189G modolB
differ from tho old styles in that
tho- tubing is much larger, there
by adding to tho strength and
lightness of tho wheel. Tho
sprockets on these wheels aroad
justiblo and can bo removed in a
moment. Tho new adjuBtiblo
handlo bars arojalso a prominont
feature of tho 189G whoolB. Call
and soo them and examine tho im
provements at your loistoro.
EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 29, 1896.
Highest of oil in L.ovoning Pow
i H J .BMfcxBm jMy mIB jE
I'ltOIW Till! VOf.OANO,
The Volunir ol Molten Lnm Urailmil
From rotuming passengers on
tho Kinau a Bulletin roportor
learns that tho volcano remains in
about tho samo condition, with tho
volume- of lava in tho pit slowly
but Bitroly increasing. Tourist
travel to tho volcano linS increased
to audi an extent as to tnatorially
improvo business nt Hilo, wliilo
tho Volcano Houso is crowded
with tourists and Bight-seers.
O. D. Olmso, tho locnl managor
of tho volcano lino, recoived tho
following in a letter from ono of
tho tourists now at tho volcano:
Wo havo concluded to remain
over ono "Kinau," as wo liko this
placo, tho Biirrounding8 and un
tiring interest tho Volcano affords.
Whilo "Madam Polo" has been
far more active in former erup
tions, to find her presont efforts
in that direction most interesting,
and to ono who never saw any
thing of tho kind, tho trip is well
worth taking. Manager Led makes
his guests at homo, omitting
nothing to insure thoir comfort,
which ho can command.
Wirth's circus leaves for Kauai
tomorrow, this evening's boing tho
last porformanco in Honolulu.
On thoir return they will sail for
Yokohama, thonco taking the
Eastern Pacific circuit; the Phi
lippines, China sea, Siam and tho
Malay Archipolngo and Peninsu
la to Australia. They will pro
bably como back next year with a
still bigger show.
Judge Carter has Houriquo vs.
Paris undor advisomout aftor
Judgo Perry has approvod tho
accounts and granted a discharge
of, tho executors of tho lato 0. 0.
In tho case of Hawaiian- Lodge,
F. & A. M., vs. F. H. Redward, O.
Brown for tho plaintiff movod to
havo tho hearing proceeded with,
which was granted by Judgo
Porry. Thero was no appoara,nco
of or for tho defendant. Tho caso
Tho February term of tho First
Circuit Court, Judgo A. W. Cartor
presiding, will open on Monday
The Aimtrnlln'H Smuggler.
Paul Neumann has boon
gaged to defend tho two Mexican
women and others arrested yes
terday in connection with smug
gling opium off tho Australia. Tho
women aro still confined in tho
Polico Station, bail not having
boon appljod for by thoir friends
so far. They suffered so much
from mosquitoes last night that
tho authorities took pity on them
and furnished them with nots.
Tho Privy Council of Great
Britain, though formerly possess
ed of groat powor, is chiofly em
ployed at present in deliberations
on affairs of sudden emergency,
on poaco and war, and spocial
provinces of tho royal prerogative.
The members aro chosen by tho
sovereign, and on changes of ad
ininistiation aro boldom erased,
though thobo in opposition uovor
r LatttJU.S. Gov't Roport.
Connliio Fnt Hoy.
Thoro is a gonuino fat boy at
tho Queen's Hospital. Ho is a
native named Daniola, twonty-ono
years of ago; and weighs 345
pounds. Daniola was brought in
with a fever four or five months
ago, and whon tho fovor loft him
a crick in tho anklo held him to
tho institution. Ho is an accom
plished violinist, and plays in tho
hospital quartet or quintot as tho
caBO may bo. Ono romorkablo
feat of Daniola's is to improviso a
bass violin with his hand on a
tablo, drawing tho bow across tho
muscles connecting tho thumb
and foro-fiugor. Tho musical re
sults ho obtains in this novel
mode aro said to bo astonishing.
Nothing excels tho Hawaiian
Annual for varied information
relating to these islands; and tho
issuo for 189G; now ready, is fully
up 10 mo nigu sianuaru or its
predecessors, and should bo in
ovory office and homo in tho land.
Its convouionco and reliability
as a reference hand book has had
commercial and official recogni
tion many years.
Prico 75 cents nor conv. or 85
cents postage paid to any address
THOS. G THRUM,
Publishor, Stationer, etc.
Fort stroot, Honolulu. 192-lm
Baby's first teeth need at
tention. With their proper
care is bound up the question
of perfect permanent ones, and
the charm that belongs to
handsomo white teeth. Care
for them constantly, and you
make possiblo one of the chief
charms in men and women.
Aloha Tooth Powder is
splendid for children. It nev
er makes their tender gums
irritated. Its delicious flavor
wins them. Through its use
the permanont teeth como nat
urally and with httlo pain, and
are kept sound and beautiful
Aloha Tooth Powder is
made only by tho Hobron
Drug Co. Get it of them.
Oil paintings of tho Volcano all
sizos and prices at King Bros,
Pictures repaired and refitted
with new papor marginB which
covers thoso unsightly spots at
King Bros., Hotel strcot.
A. J. Dorby, D.D.S., Dontal
office Cottago No. 100, Alukoa
street, telephone No. GIG, Office
hours 9 a.m. to 4 r.M.
Island jewelry is vory popular
for bouvonirs. It is manufactured
to ordor at H. G. Biart's, on Fort
street. Gold wire names mado
while you wait.
Don't loavo your pictures until
they aro ruined boforo having
thom framed. King Bros aro mak
ing frames so cheap now that it is
bettor to havo your pictures at
tended to than to wish you had.
Thoro will bo a Bpocial salo of
Dr. Jaeger's Sanitary Wool TJn
donvour at Tracy's, to roduco
stook. Prices will bo 3 por suit
for regular sizos, and $3.50 nor
suit for oxtra largo sizes. Ladies'
suits, all sizos, whito and natural,
at :m ,er suit. Do not lot this
opportunity pass to cot thoso
goods at much less than their
value, as the salo will only Jaat
till stook is reduced.
Romombor that much interest
ing and local roadine matter iB to
bo found on tho insulo pages of
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Chairs: Adults, 75 cents; Children, 25o,
Gallory: Adults, 25 cents, Ohlldron, 15o.
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it.ni. A full attendance is requoBtod.
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Special attention gl en to diseases of the
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Under instructions from MR. C.
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my salesroom, Queon Stroet,
On Thursday, Jan. 30th,
At 12 o'clock noon,
his Dosirablo Residenco on tho corner' of
Wilder Avenue and Kowalo street.
Size of lot 100x150 feet.
Tho grounds are nicely planted and nre
at an olovalion that insures perfect drain-
Tho Buildings compriso an Elegant and
CouUiniug Largo Parlor, Four Bed-
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Also Stables, Carrlago House, Soivanis
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Terms: Ono half cash, balanco on, morU
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